This same set has been around for many, many years. Know why? Because it is a good set to have when you're working on something that doesn't require any more torque than you can provide by hand. Electronics is why I bought my first set many years ago. Since then I have lost some by attrition (mostly someone borrowed them) so it was time to replenish the stock.
I suppose, if it ain't broke, don't fix it applies with these tools since they are identical to the ones I remember! Trust me, this is a good thing. Now-a-days we use them to fix stuff around the house from washing machine timers to bicycle reflectors and all things between. I can't be without this set and you can't either!
I purchased a set of these nut drivers today you cannot beat the price, but already the chrome is coming off in places and several of the shanks are mounted crooked in the handle the 1/4" being the worst and I haven't even used them yet. This in no way affects the working end of them, but it does say something about lack of quality workmanship that all Craftsman tools use to have.
I own a number of these sets. I miss the short shaft sets that were available 20 years ago. Again bought these on sale for $19.99
Best time to get any of the Craftsman hand tools are when they’re on sale. You may have to wait, but buy them before you HAVE to have them.
I have used craftsman tools for years most of my tools are craftsman .
Cant beat these nut drivers for the price. Just wish the size was marked a little bigger